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Tony Kaldas

From Egyptian father and Greek mother, Tony was brought to our world in an exceptional mix of cultural expression manifested in many different ways artistically. Kaldas is an Egyptian family from Sohag in the Upper Egypt area. Even though, Tony didn’t visit Sohag in his childhood, but he is very proud that his father’s root is completely Egyptian because he is always proud of the Egyptian civilization and believes that it is one of the most important one in our human history.

Tony studied at the French School (Collège des Frères) in Cairo, then graduating with BA in Architectural Engineering at Cairo Academy College. In the mean time, he studied music and opera singing with the Soprano Dr.Taheya Shams el din starting from 2003 to 2006 at the Opera house continued by the Soprano Dr.Iman Mustafa from 2006 to 2009. He played Violin for 2 years during his adolescence and after that he motivated to play Guitar and participated in many religious choirs from age 15 followed by singing for 3 years of being a member in the tenor voice in Cairo Celebration Choir at The Opera House conducted by the Egyptian Maestro/ Nayer Nagui from 2001 to 2003.

Tony’s singing ability surprised many people surrounding him, starting from his family, when he decided to sing solo in his Sixteen’s in French language. As he wasn’t interested in singing before that time, but he had the artistic tendency to show up by imitating artists and acting after watching every single movie since he was 4 years old.

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